17 August, 2014

The Jew Who Triggered the Pearl Harbor Attack in 1941

Posted by Socrates in China, FDR's Jewish cabal, Harry Dexter White, Horsejews of the Apocalypse, Japan, jewed culture, jewed foreign policy, jewed politics, jewish traitors, Jewish Tyranny, Jewish warmongering, nation-building/nation-wrecking, Socrates, Soviet Union, World War II at 6:48 pm | Permanent Link

(Above: Harry Dexter White)

It’s bad enough that Harry Dexter White was a Jewish communist. He was also a Soviet spy and a one-man nation-wrecker. Not only did he help communize China, but, he played a critical role in pushing America into World War II. Yes, he was one of the Horsejews of the Apocalypse. What would history be like minus The Jew? An interesting question to ponder!


  • 10 Responses to “The Jew Who Triggered the Pearl Harbor Attack in 1941”

    1. Tim McGreen Says:

      The Jews pretty much lost interest in Soviet Communism after WWII, when Zionism and taking control of the USA began to occupy most of their time. With Jewish support for Communism greatly diminished it was safe for the right wing and the military industrial complex to start their bullshit “cold war” against Moscow.

    2. fd Says:

      Yes the cold war was a fraud. Baby boomers had to crawl under their desk in practice drills. We were told the Russians would bomb our elementary schools. The most reckless propaganda in all the pages of history. For that alone, Washigton City should have been bombarded.

    3. CW-2 Says:

      I’m not sure the Cold War was a fraud. Big jew was happy with ‘Uncle Joe’ while he rented out the Red Army for their war on Europe, but after Potsdam Conference they definitely went cold on their boy Stalin. Perhaps Stalin was no longer keen to follow orders coming out of Jewyork?

    4. CW-2 Says:

      PS first time I’ve seen a picture of that notorious kike. He resembles Lazar Kaganovich.

    5. fd Says:

      The propaganda portion of the cold war in America was a fraud. It was an excuse to build up the military industrial complex. Keep the citizens scared that Russian bombs will be dropped on your house. The Jews in New York wanted baby boomers to live in constant fear.

      The boomer bracket birth dates:1946 to 1962.

    6. Tim McGreen Says:

      Just think for a moment….Russia lost 3 or 4 million people in the Great War, lost another 4 or 5 million during the Revolution and the Civil War, followed by 8 to 10 million (not 27 million, as claimed by Establishment propaganda) in the Great Patriotic War. With those kinds of losses why would the USSR want to provoke an even greater conflict, a nuclear conflict, that would kill off tens of millions?

      The Cold War was, like fd says, just an excuse to keep the military-industrial complex fat and bloated at taxpayers’ expense. It also gave the government an excuse to maintain control over the civilian population by scaring them with images of bright orange mushroom clouds. Ridiculous.

    7. Sean Gruber Says:

      “With those kinds of losses why would the USSR want to provoke an even greater conflict, a nuclear conflict, that would kill off tens of millions?”

      Well, could it fight such a war? I don’t know whether it’s a matter of not wanting to or of just not being able to. Such losses are hard on a Third-World economy, which Russia was. Stalin probably wanted to invade Europe but Hitler kicked him in the balls first. A lot of hay was made out of the Cold War stateside, and jews (Rosenburgs) passed nuke info to a hapless Russia (starting the arms race), but don’t assume that the intention of the USSR were warm and fuzzy, that they didn’t want to start shit because casualties. Stalin didn’t give a damn how many millions he killed.

    8. Tim McGreen Says:

      I take your point, Sean, but I still say that Hitler would have been much better off maintaining good relations with the USSR instead of trying to secretly curry favor with the British. Stalin would have been an invaluable ally against Churchill and Roosevelt, neither of whom Stalin liked or trusted. “Barbarossa” must have come as a total shock to Josef Vassarionovich, who did not expect Hitler would do something as crazy as attacking the USSR while he was still fighting the Allies everywhere else.

      Most of the Fuhrer’s generals and field marshalls were strongly opposed to Barbarossa. The fact that Hitler ignored their concerns no doubt caused a great deal of hostility among the Wehrmacht leadership towards him. And as you probably know the relationship between Hitler and the Army was never very good to begin with.

    9. Tim McGreen Says:

      After being attacked twice by Germany, in 1914 and again in 1941, and then General Patton suggesting right after the war in Europe ended that maybe another attack on Moscow would be justified it is hardly surprising that Stalin wanted to create a large barrier between the USSR and the West. And so, unfortunately, East Prussia disappeared and Poland’s western border was moved 100 miles into German territory, displacing some 15 million ethnic Germans in the process. Because of Hitler’s recklessness the Czechs, Slovaks, Hungarians, etc lost their freedom to the Red Army. And now they are all under the control of the EUSSR, which may turn out to be an even worse fate.

    10. fd Says:

      Hitler wasn’t perfect, but he was a thousand times better than his enemies. He should have known that Germany would get the same treatment the Confederacy did. When you choose to go it alone, the international army will roll over on you like a big root hog.